NEW DELHI, April 7 - The issue of China objecting to the visit of Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh figured in the Lok Sabha today, with a member from the State saying Beijing has no business to tell India what it should do or not do in the context of its �guest�.
The issue was raised by Ninong Ering, Congress member from Arunachal Pradesh. �North East is a sensitive area. China lays its claim on Arunachal Pradesh. Who is China to tell what Centre (India) should do or what State should do and what State should not do,� he said.
He was speaking on a private member�s bill which sought amendment to the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India.
�Dalai Lama is a friend of ours. He is our guest. He has taken refuge (in India). We recognise him as leader of Tibetan Council,� Ering said. � PTI